Mercedes-AMG is now also upgrading or downgrading the coupé version of the GLC. Depending on how you want to see it (Mercedes-AMG GLC model series fuel consumption, combined: 10.2-7.5 l/100 km, CO₂ emissions, combined: 232-170 g/km, power consumption, combined: 12 .7 kWh/100 km)². As with the classic SUV model, there are two performance levels based on a 2.0-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine: in the GLC 43 this comes with mild hybrid support and an electric turbo to 310 kW/421 hp, and in the top model there is the GLC 63 thanks to plug-in hybrid technology it has up to 500 kW/680 hp. The technical equipment includes all-wheel drive, a new-speed automatic transmission with wet clutch and rear-axle steering.
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Visually, the sports crossover differs from the standard models through, among other things, a special radiator grille design, side skirts and the rear diffuser. The performance is also significantly better than the normal GLC. The weaker AMG version accelerates from zero to 100 km/h in 4.8 seconds and reaches speeds of up to 250 km/h, the more powerful one requires 3.4 seconds and reaches a top speed of 275 km/h. The manufacturer has not yet announced prices, but the SUV variants of the two AMG models start at 87,000 euros and 122,000 euros respectively. (Text: tv, mh/sp-x | Images: manufacturer)